It's the month of Halloween, and all throughout it we will be talking with musicians and bands, asking them for their top five favorite horror films and/or favorite horror soundtracks. First up is Venezuelan DJ and EDM/metal hybrid producer Zardonic who lists a couple Alien movies, a film from the Omen series, and more: 

"The Ring" by Hans Zimmer:

"This is probably the first horror movie that genuinely scared me and freaked me the fuck out when I saw it. And that's something that hardly happens to me with any horror movies. I don't think I've heard Hans Zimmer doing something similar to what he did with The Ring and that's what I liked about it. It sounded different. As fucked up as the movie itself."




"Alien: Resurrection" by John Frizzell:

"The opening theme always grew on me. It had this movement to it, like something was coming out of incubation. An alien swarm. A queen. A hive. A different world. It has fear and wonder all over it."






"Alien 3" by Elliot Goldenthal:

"I don't think Elliot Goldenthal has ever composed anything bad in his entire career. To be fair I'm sure I've missed a lot of his movies, but at least the ones I know he did ('Interview With The Vampire', 'Batman Forever', 
'Public Enemies') had amazing soundtracks. 'Alien 3' is no exception."





"Damien: Omen 2" by Jerry Goldsmith:

"I have a thing for all things Satanic, you know? Every time I hear music that usually scares the living hell out of people, it makes me feel powerful. I've never been able to explain why. Sardonic joy, if you will. It reaches a particular peak when I listen to two soundtracks: 'One Winged Angel' by Nobuo Uematsu, and the Main Theme of 'Damien: Omen 2'. Almost as if I became Satan himself about to raise hell on Earth."



"The Ninth Gate" by Wojciech Kilar:

"I didn't even think the movie itself was that good, but the soundtrack was enough reason for me to want to watch it again. Because Wojciech Kilar. He had to be Polish man. Poland owns when it comes to composers!"
Zardonic's Top Five Horror Soundtracks
October 3, 2015
Brutal Resonance

Zardonic's Top Five Horror Soundtracks

It's the month of Halloween, and all throughout it we will be talking with musicians and bands, asking them for their top five favorite horror films and/or favorite horror soundtracks. First up is Venezuelan DJ and EDM/metal hybrid producer Zardonic who lists a couple Alien movies, a film from the Omen series, and more: 

"The Ring" by Hans Zimmer:

"This is probably the first horror movie that genuinely scared me and freaked me the fuck out when I saw it. And that's something that hardly happens to me with any horror movies. I don't think I've heard Hans Zimmer doing something similar to what he did with The Ring and that's what I liked about it. It sounded different. As fucked up as the movie itself."




"Alien: Resurrection" by John Frizzell:

"The opening theme always grew on me. It had this movement to it, like something was coming out of incubation. An alien swarm. A queen. A hive. A different world. It has fear and wonder all over it."






"Alien 3" by Elliot Goldenthal:

"I don't think Elliot Goldenthal has ever composed anything bad in his entire career. To be fair I'm sure I've missed a lot of his movies, but at least the ones I know he did ('Interview With The Vampire', 'Batman Forever', 
'Public Enemies') had amazing soundtracks. 'Alien 3' is no exception."





"Damien: Omen 2" by Jerry Goldsmith:

"I have a thing for all things Satanic, you know? Every time I hear music that usually scares the living hell out of people, it makes me feel powerful. I've never been able to explain why. Sardonic joy, if you will. It reaches a particular peak when I listen to two soundtracks: 'One Winged Angel' by Nobuo Uematsu, and the Main Theme of 'Damien: Omen 2'. Almost as if I became Satan himself about to raise hell on Earth."



"The Ninth Gate" by Wojciech Kilar:

"I didn't even think the movie itself was that good, but the soundtrack was enough reason for me to want to watch it again. Because Wojciech Kilar. He had to be Polish man. Poland owns when it comes to composers!"
Oct 03 2015

Steven Gullotta

info@brutalresonance.com
I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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